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Old 02-22-2016, 05:52 PM   #21
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Hey-that looks like MY hand!!
Hand models get paid thousands of $$ a year - but don't expect any $$ from me!!
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I have learned so much from this forum. The only problem is it's causing me to work more. Hard start Capacitor, time delay relay, reseal the roof now a switch to shut off my climate control, ha.

Here's a little somewhat long winded video of the approach I took. It's slightly different and doesn't have the advantage of having the light without the heater. I like the quick connect approach and may have went that way had i saw the pictures.

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I also removed the interior light to cut the wire going to the "Climate Control" heater and was pleasantly surprised to find a connector. No cutting was required. The model DM2652 in our Sunseeker was built in 2010. Maybe they deleted the connector on later models.
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I also removed the interior light to cut the wire going to the "Climate Control" heater and was pleasantly surprised to find a connector. No cutting was required. The model DM2652 in our Sunseeker was built in 2010. Maybe they deleted the connector on later models.
I'm glad I made the mod since I'll be dry camping this summer. Nearly a half amp saved.
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